Making an entrance
Storage furniture for the entryway (with catch-all baskets, shoe cubbies, de-cluttered coat closet, and more) keeps clutter from spreading to other parts of the house.
Have pets? keep their gear in one place and in a separate 'dog friendly' entrance.
In place of cabinets that are narrow or difficult to access, install pull-out shelves or large drawers.
A revolving lazy Susan storage unit is a great way to organize cabinets, counter tops, and even refrigerated condiments, which can also be corralled in clear bins designed for refrigerators.
A professional installed closet system can double, even triple, the space for clothes and shoes. Tiered hangers are a less expensive option to create more space in your closet.
Store bikes overhead with a rope and pulley system. Or, hang them from their front wheels using simple, wall -mounted hooks - no garage, no worries!
Heavy-duty coordinated storage systems can tame even the messiest of garage spaces-and can be surprisingly affordable.
Many staircases have empty space beneath them that can be transformed into much-needed storage areas.
Having a designated storage spot for frequently used items will help keep them from scattering all about the house (and make them easier to find).
Until next time,
la chasse au bonheur